You're not stepping on my toes for sure, I welcome any such efforts on your part. At the same time I must warn you of the pitfalls of managing bulk orders, 1) someone has to take responsibility that the piece gets made correctly, and 2) arranging group orders are in my experience a disaster. In my case I put out $720 for the manufacture of 48 and it was slow and tedious work to sell them (at cost!), scatlin being the last. I naively thought our European friends or mechanics would snap some up--not a single sale. I still have not received word on the possibility of doing another batch (in Australia), possibly cheaper this time (old price was c.$15 a piece including overseas shipping), that is, if 48 were run again. The specs as far as I know are precisely laid out in the strut rebuild manual, so anyone with a CNC friend can go this route (better, of course, if CNC friend owes you a favor). I have a guy in upstate NY who gave me a quote last year, about $300 CNC setup, + $5 per piece, a figure that I would expect that most shops around the country could match. One BBer told me of an online service that was very inexpensive, my only reservation here was quality control and who would be responsible if the batch arrived out out of spec.